Global Fairness Model Estimation Implementation in Logical Layer by Using Optical Network Survivability Techniques

  • Chandra SinghEmail author
  • K. V. S. S. S. S. SairamEmail author
  • Harish M. B.Email author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies book series (LNDECT, volume 26)


Optical communication network plays an predominant role in the life of the user(s) system by providing high demand i.e. digital signal levels, fair queuing and channel reuse for high capacity links. In optical communications, Optical Component and Parameter (OCP) are becoming more accurate in order to provide the significance of the optical devices. Optical networks are enhanced in order to afford the optical technologies connectivities to provide high end communication in terms of sustainability and survivability. In survivability concept, two layers plays a significant/vital role between source to destination i.e. end to end connectivities is much reliable in terms of node connectivities, flow connectivities hence local to global fair queuing is achieved with the lower bound to upper bound and vice versa. Further the path propagation determines the range of path propagation determines the range of packets and its estimation is measured by using the concept of node mobility and scalability. It achieves the global range of optical packet transmission reception and design issues in network architecture analysis.


Spatial Channel Reuse (SCR) Network Architecture Analysis (NAA) Optical Demand Distribution (ODD) Optical Protection Restoration Scheme (OPRS) 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ECENMAMITNitteIndia

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